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A spammer spams his google groups spam page... Seems like manually via HotMail.

And Google doesn't accept reports, though hotmail does...

http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z2500425843z4...046302c3dac76fz

This jerk spams me already 3 or 4 days, i submitted few abuses to google groups, but he continues to create new accounts there...

Hi daizzy!

I understand the statement but not sure if you're asking a question :)

Andrew

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A spammer spams his google groups spam page... Seems like manually via HotMail.

And Google doesn't accept reports, though hotmail does...

http://www.spamcop.net/sc?id=z2500425843z4...046302c3dac76fz

Turn on "Full/Technical Detail" on your Parsing, either using the checkboxes or setting it under Preferences on the www.spamcop.net web-page. You'll see;

ISP does not wish to receive reports regarding http://www.google.com/group/rogeliopmjkeenanapnm1/ - no date available

http://www.google.com/group/rogeliopmjkeenanapnm1/ has been appealed previously.

It's not that Google "won't accept" this report (though there a number of other Discussions about specific Google Reporting addresses) ... in the case you've shown, someone at Google has selected an option that states that they no longer want to be notified about that URL. However, there is nothing to stop you from sending your own manually generated complaint.

This jerk spams me already 3 or 4 days, i submitted few abuses to google groups, but he continues to create new accounts there...

Somewhat possibly confusing statement .. are you talking about generating new "posting" accounts or "Google Group" accounts? Wording in a Complaint would tend to be a bit different between those two situations.

As noted here and in a few of your previous Topics, if you have a question .. please ask it. If all you want to do is toss out a rant about something, that's what the Lounge Forum section is for.

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